Fiery moment Jonah Hill hits back at interviewer who claims he hooked up with her friend and didn’t call her: ‘Uncomfortable’ audio resurfaces in wake of texting scandal with ex
Jonah Hill fired back after being asked a pointed question about his personal life in an interview on Australian radio that’s resurfaced in the aftermath of his texting scandal.
On her breakfast radio show earlier this week, radio host Fifi Box recalled the ‘disastrous’ interview she had with Hill back in 2012.
The chat has resurfaced in the wake of Hill’s ex Sarah Brady sharing shocking texts that she allegedly got from the actor, branding him a ‘misogynist’ and ‘narcissist.’
Speaking on The Fox’s Fifi, Fev & Nick For Breakfast show, Box, 46, said she and her former co-host, Jules Lund, were interviewing Hill, 39, when he was promoting 21 Jump Street with Channing Tatum.
Fifi Box (pictured) spoke out on Thursday about the ‘disastrous’ interview she conducted with Jonah Hill when he was in Australia in 2012, in the aftermath of his texting scandal
She claimed the chat turned sour after Lund asked Hill a probing question and it caused the actor to ‘absolutely crack it.’
‘It was a very uncomfortable, and I am going to say a little scary, moment, because he did fire up… It did provoked Jonah…,’ she began.
‘We’ve got the audio, so this is the moment that Jules mentioned something about Jonah’s personal life and he fired right up.’
Then the show cuts to the throwback interview with Hill and Tatum.
In the audio, Lund is heard saying: ‘Last time you were out here, Jonah, you hooked up with a friend of mine and you didn’t call her.’
A shocked Box says: ‘What?’
‘That’s bulls***,’ Hill responds.
‘A girl in every port?’ Lund quips, with Hill firing back: ‘That’s not true.’
The radio star, 46, revealed on The Fox’s Fifi, Fev & Nick For Breakfast show she and her former co-host Jules Lund were interviewing Jonah Hill (pictured) when he was promoting a movie
Lund then goes on to say his friend’s name was ‘Natalie.’
‘That was the last time I was out here, first of all,’ Hill begins to defend himself.
He continues: ‘You’re talking to two people who have no shame in hiding anything from their past.
‘But we don’t know enough about you to dig up all the s*** from your past to make fun of you on live radio.’
A fiery Jonah added: ‘If I knew anything about you or I cared enough, I would dig up all the embarrassing s*** from your past and I would rip on you about it – but I don’t care and I don’t know, so I don’t have that luxury.
‘But you know what? We have guns and we don’t care.’
Earlier this week, the hosts of Australia’s No. 1 female podcast also weighed in on the current Jonah Hill texting scandal.
The Superbad actor was recently accused of sending ’emotionally abusive’ texts to ex-girlfriend Brady, who has been posting the year-old messages, allegedly sent by Hill, to social media all week.
Discussing the subject, Life Uncut’s Brittany Hockley and Laura Byrne sided with Brady and blasted Hill for masking his relationship rules as ‘boundaries’.
‘It’s not boundaries, it’s a rule book he’s given her,’ Byrne said, calling Hill’s behaviour ‘manipulative’.
‘If those texts are real then it’s hugely problematic,’ she added.
She said the chat went downhill after Jules Lund (pictured) asked Hill a pointed question which made him uncomfortable. In the resurfaced audio, Jules is heard saying: ‘Last time you were out here, Jonah, you hooked up with a friend of mine and you didn’t call her’
The alleged texts from Hill display him outlining his parameters for a ‘romantic partnership.’ The two dated back in 2021 for about one year
Brady blasted Hill’s alleged text messages all over Instagram and called them a form of ‘misogyny’
Sharing her two cents, Hockley said: ‘This is gaslighting, it’s manipulation, coercion, it’s control.’
Despite the pair slamming the Hollywood A-lister, they also explained that his behaviour was stemming ‘from his own insecurities’ with self-esteem and body image, which Hill has been open about in the past.
Hill’s ex-girlfriend had the internet buzzing when she took to social media to brand the actor a ‘misogynist’ and ‘narcissist’ by sharing the alleged text messages.
And now the 26-year-old surfer has revealed why she waited until his new girlfriend gave birth before posting the alleged receipts.
Brady took to Instagram on Sunday to post a voice memo to explain the timing of her posts was out of respect toward the pregnancy of 39-year-old Jonah’s girlfriend Olivia Millar.
The Superbad actor was accused of sending ’emotionally abusive’ texts to ex-girlfriend Brady (right), who has been posting the year-old messages to social media all week
She could be heard saying: ‘I didn’t want [Millar] to have to see all of this while she was pregnant because I didn’t know what kind of stress that would cause her and her baby physically.’
The surfer went on to say that she knows that ‘the timing can seem bad’ but she is hoping that Millar had seen the posts in order to ‘make an informed decision of how she wants to care for herself and her baby.
‘I just hope she would receive some of these screenshots somehow through friends, like, friends of mine that I met through him that I know are good people that I know would make an effort to protect her.’
This came just a day after Brady blasted the Superbad star by taking to Instagram to share messages allegedly sent by him that appear to reveal their past arguments.
The alleged texts from Hill display him outlining his parameters for a ‘romantic partnership.’ The two dated back in 2021 for about one year.
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